what is ideal fuel?

milk is considered as an ideal food because it contains all the nutrients required in balanced diet.

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oops.sorry i read it wrong i thought it is ideal food .....sorry again

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An ideal fuel is a fuel which produces adequate amount of heat and produces very less amount pollutants.

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check your science reader. chapter combustion and flame . second last page .NCERT class 8 science

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before choosing a good fuel we should check that:
1. the fuel should be inexpensive
2. the fuel should be easily available.
3. it should have a high calorific value.
4. it should have a low ignition temperature but not lower than the room temperature.
5. it should neither burn too fast and nor too slow.
6. no residues should be left on combustion
7. it should be safe to store, handle and transport.

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An ideal fuel should have the following characteristics :

1) It should be cheap and easily available

2) It should have a high calorific value

3) It should be eco-friendly and not cause pollution

4) It should be easy to handle, transport and store

5) It should burn smoothly

6) It should have a proper ignition temperature - neither too high nor too low.

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ideal fuel means good fuel.

* cheaper

* easily transportable

* less polluting

* should not leave undesirable material behind when burnt

* should have low ignition temprature

* high calorific value

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It should be cheap and easily available

2) It should have a high calorific value

3) It should be eco-friendly and not cause pollution

4) It should be easy to handle, transport and store

5) It should burn smoothly

6) It should have a proper ignition temperature - neither too high nor too low.

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These are the fuels which produce abudant heat and produce less amount of pollutants.These are cheaper.
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Natural Gas is as close as you can get to an ideal fuel. It requires minimal processing before use and it has high calorific value. Due to its gaseous state, it mixes with oxygen easily for more efficient combustion.
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Characteristics of an Ideal Fuel 

While choosing the most appropriate fuel for our domestic use or for use in industry, we should keep in mind the following characteristics of ideal fuel or good fuel.

1. It should have a high calorific value. In simple terms, an ideal fuel is that which gives us more heat per unit weight.

2. It should burn without giving out any harmful gases, i.e., an ideal is that which does not pollute air on burning by giving out gases.

3. It should have a proper ignition temperature, so that it can be burned easily. The ignition temperature of an ideal fuel should neither be too low nor too high. If the ignition temperature of the fuel is very low, then the fuel will catch fire too easily and hence it will be very unsafe to use it. On the other hand, if the ignition temperature is too high, then it will be very difficult to light the fuel.

4. It should not be more valuable for some other purpose than a fuel. That is, an ideal fuel should not have a more important use than being burnt to obtain heat. 

5. It should be cheap and easily available. That is, an ideal fuel is that which is not expensive and which is available in plenty everywhere.

6. It should be easy to handle, safe to transport, and convenient to store. That is, an ideal fuel is that which does not create any safety risks during handling, during its transportation from one place to another or during its storage.

7. It should not leave much ash behind after burning. An ideal fuel should have low percentage of non-volatile materials which do not burn, so that it may burn completely without leaving much ash.

8. It should burn smoothly. An ideal fuel should have a moderate rate of combustion, and burn at a steady rate. In other words, the fuel should not burn either too fast or too slow.

 
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1. It should possess high calorific value.

2. It should have proper ignition temperature. The ignition temperature of the fuel should neither be too low nor too high.

3. It should not produce poisonous products during combustion. In other words, it should not cause pollution o combustion.

4. It should have moderate rate of combustion.

5. Combustion should be easily controllable i.e., combustion of fuel should be easy to start or stop as and when required.

6. It should not leave behind much ash on combustion.

7. It should be easily available in plenty.

8. It should have low moisture content.

9. It should be cheap.

10. It should be easy to handle and transport.1. It should possess high calorific value.

2. It should have proper ignition temperature. The ignition temperature of the fuel should neither be too low nor too high.

3. It should not produce poisonous products during combustion. In other words, it should not cause pollution o combustion.

4. It should have moderate rate of combustion.

5. Combustion should be easily controllable i.e., combustion of fuel should be easy to start or stop as and when required.

6. It should not leave behind much ash on combustion.

7. It should be easily available in plenty.

8. It should have low moisture content.

9. It should be cheap.

10. It should be easy to handle and transport.1. It should possess high calorific value.

2. It should have proper ignition temperature. The ignition temperature of the fuel should neither be too low nor too high.

3. It should not produce poisonous products during combustion. In other words, it should not cause pollution o combustion.

4. It should have moderate rate of combustion.

5. Combustion should be easily controllable i.e., combustion of fuel should be easy to start or stop as and when required.

6. It should not leave behind much ash on combustion.

7. It should be easily available in plenty.

8. It should have low moisture content.

9. It should be cheap.

10. It should be easy to handle and transport.1. It should possess high calorific value.

2. It should have proper ignition temperature. The ignition temperature of the fuel should neither be too low nor too high.

3. It should not produce poisonous products during combustion. In other words, it should not cause pollution o combustion.

4. It should have moderate rate of combustion.

5. Combustion should be easily controllable i.e., combustion of fuel should be easy to start or stop as and when required.

6. It should not leave behind much ash on combustion.

7. It should be easily available in plenty.

8. It should have low moisture content.

9. It should be cheap.

10. It should be easy to handle and transport.1. It should possess high calorific value.

2. It should have proper ignition temperature. The ignition temperature of the fuel should neither be too low nor too high.

3. It should not produce poisonous products during combustion. In other words, it should not cause pollution o combustion.

4. It should have moderate rate of combustion.

5. Combustion should be easily controllable i.e., combustion of fuel should be easy to start or stop as and when required.

6. It should not leave behind much ash on combustion.

7. It should be easily available in plenty.

8. It should have low moisture content.

9. It should be cheap.

10. It should be easy to handle and transport.

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Natural Gas is as close as you can get to an ideal fuel. It requires minimal processing before use and it has high calorific value. Due to its gaseous state, it mixes with oxygen easily for more efficient combustion.
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I agree with Nikhil. There are different fuels for different purposes. Some processes require more heat while others require lesser heat, also some fuels are eco-friendly while some are not so one has to adjust accordingly
 
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Fuels that are easily and rapidly available, cheap,burns easily in air at moderate rate,produces large amount of heatand burns completely
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. the fuel should be inexpensive
 

2. the fuel should be easily available.

 

3. it should have a high calorific value.

 

4. it should have a low ignition temperature but not lower than the room temperature.

 

5. it should neither burn too fast and nor too slow.

 

6. no residues should be left on combustion

 

7. it should be safe to store, handle and transport

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Actually there is no such fuel which is a IDEAL FUEL but an ideal fuel can be said as the fuel which satisfies most of the properties that any fuel should possess for COMBUSTION process.
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Ideal fuel is also known as good fuel it has high calorific value it is easy to store it do produce harmful gases after burning
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Fuel which fulfils our needs and requirements for any purpose is ideal fuel
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a fuel which is meant for your mom
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Ideal meaning?
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An ideal fuel should have high calorific value and moderate ignition temperature
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The fuel that do not produce a lot of smoke and reduces pollution as well as te fuel that is biodegradable . Not only these the fuel must also must be a good source of renewable energy . This is what an ideal fuel.
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Natural gas is as close as u can get to an ideal fuel. It requires minimal processing before use and it has high calorific value. Due to its gaseous state, it mixes with oxygen easily for more efficient combustion.
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An ideal fuel is a cheap, readily avalible,readily combistible and easy to transport. It has high collorific value. It does not produce gases residue that pollute the enviroment. Thumbs up is the answer is right (YameenWani) Instagram (Wani_danyal)
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CNG ( compresed natural gas )
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WHICH PRODUCES LOT OF ENERGY 
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Characteristics of ideal fuels are
It should be cheap
Easily available
Transported easily
Calorific value should be high
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an ideal fuel is a real which produces redequet amount of heat and very less amount pollutants
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an ideal fuel is a fuel which produces redequet amout of heat and very less amount of polutants
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An ideal fuel is one that has very high calorific value
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An ideal fuel is that which doesn't produce harmful smoke on burning and it is easy to transport and it's of low cost
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an ideal fuel is the one which produces a lot of heat using less fuel and does not pollute the environment that much.
None of them are fully an ideal fuel so those which have maximum of these charectorestics id called an Ideal fuel.
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A ideal fuel is that kind of fuel which has high calorific value and is easily available and does not produce dangerous gases that can pollute the environment
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An ideal fuel is that kind of fuel which has high calorific value and is easily available and does not produce any harmful gases that pollute the environment
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Ideal fuel is a type of fuel that burns completely without leaving any particles. Due to complete combustion , no carbon dioxide is formed. Hence ideal fuels such as CNG is are help to bring down the level of CO2 in the air
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The fuel that produces very less move the fuel that has a high classic value the fuels that was really and fuel that leaves no ash behind
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Ideal fule is a fule which on burning doesn't emit harmful gases
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an ideal fuel is the fuel which will not produce any harmful gases to the environment.Eg-C.N.G
(Compressed Natural Gas)
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An ideal fuel is the fuel with the following characteristics

1) readily available for the use.
2) low cost or cheap.
3) doesn't produces harmful toxic substances when burnt.
4) easily transported.
5) low ignition temperature( the lowest temperature when a substance burns)

There is no ideal fuel till now. Therefore, we look upon to the fuel that obeys most of the characteristics.
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